GTA Online has released its big new update, giving fans their first new map to explore in ages, as well as offering the 'Cayo Perico Heist' that we can all jump into from today.
Of course, as you'd expect to find with any major update to a game as massive as this, the new GTA Online content has brought with it some fresh glitches and new errors for players to contend with.
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All of the major ones, we assume, will be patched out of existence in due course as the developers continue working on the product. But until then, we've been compiling a list of all the errors we've seen/heard about in GTA Online's new update...
GTA Online bug: Stuck on grey static loading screen after using sightseer app
One Twitter user has reported, complete with a video, that their GTA Online game has frozen on the grey static-like loading screen that comes up when you try to open the sightseer app.
As you can see in the clip below, this glitch seems to render the game unplayable...
GTA Online glitch: Weaponized vehicles going into passive mode
Also on Twitter, we saw the following video, in which one gamer's car can be seen going into passive mode while weaponized...
GTA Online error: Game won't open after the update
Over on the GTA forums, one fan has reported that their game simply will not start after downloading an installing the update.
Of course, it's easy to see how this glitch - and all the others - could be very annoying if you ran into them.
GTA Online error- Save Data Could Not Be Loaded
This classic error continues to affect GTA Online players in the new update, frustrating players wanting to jump into the Cayo Perico Heist.
How to fix GTA Online glitches and errors after the new update
If you've been hit by these or any other GTA Online glitches/error codes, the best thing to do is simply wait for Rockstar to patch the game and iron out these problems.
In the meantime, of course, you could try all those simple old fixes: Reload your game if something goes wrong, or restart your console/PC altogether, or perhaps even uninstall the game and re-download it if your problems seem to persist.
You could even contact Rockstar Games customer support, at this link, if you want to seek help from the pros.
Hopefully, these short-term solutions should help you work around any glitches for the meantime, but a patch from Rockstar is what we really need. Watch this space!
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